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Andrew Mackillop

the acute sensitivity of societies like Ireland, Scotland and Wales to conditions in London and across the Empire. Far from reacting to obstacles and opportunities in uniform ways, the particular political, religious, regional and local attributes of Irish, Scottish and Welsh society directly shaped patterns of engagement with the Company. Existing differences and local distinctiveness were consolidated in the process and remained active ingredients in the process of exploiting proto-globalisation. Empire in Asia entrenched in new ways Leinster and Ulster

in Human capital and empire